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  1. I have considered a metal post to stop the other cars parking there (as a few weeks ago someone not connected to her parked in my space that I had to shout at from my car to move his - he saw me pulling in and thought a fast walk to the neighbouring street would mean I didn't challenge him!) The rubbish isn't rubbish she is just constantly loading & unloading her car in my space. the other day she had 3 hoovers, a microwave box, a couple of bags etc. She was failing to load it into her car and it was all strewn across my space so I had to wait while she put it all on the path so I could drive into my space.
  2. Oh no she moves it.. . while I sit idly in the car as she moves hoovers, bags of grass clippings, bags of tat etc that she was loading/unloading from her car/house. Or I wait for her to get her friends or family to move their cars while again I wait.. . It's just frustrating as after 12+ hours out of the house on some days I just want to park my car and get into the house. Or If I'm coming home to get changed to go out again, or on a lunch break. Who wants to waste 10+ minutes waiting every time they come home?
  3. Photographic evidence won't be hard, nearly every day I come home and find stuff in my space or a car that's oneof her parents or friends in it! I'll probably run out of memory on my phone in a week!
  4. I've seen it - I come home and I see her open the door and let my cat out, she feeds my cat packets of treats at a time . I could video it it I was sneaky or something... but she doesn't deny it! She doesn't own a cat yet buys cat food for mine & another neighbours cat. I've stopped letting the cat out now. she's now a miserable house cat.
  5. Thank you! This is what I wanted to figure out if I could actually take any action, as I know the land is covered in my deeds and she has ignored all reasonable requests (verbally and via text message) to stop causing me hassle! Making a log with evidence will not be hard, given she causes me a problem nearly every other day. Thank you for your advice!
  6. It's 100% in the deeds, as we queried it several times when purchasing the property (because if you don't own the space, other than this car park there's no where else to park). It's 100% specifically noted on the deeds and outlined on the property boundary map. However, I fear putting it in writing will have no effect whatsoever. I've written to her about a seperate matter (involving her feeding my cat & making it sick, asking her to do so, and she has continued to - so the cat is now locked in the house 24/7 as I can't afford the vet bills). When I say the woman is ignorant that would be an understatement.
  7. Hi all, I'm hoping someone can help me. I purchased a house 5 years ago which as part of the deeds includes a single parking space in an open carpark (of approx 14 spaces). Of these 14, 5 are visitors Spaces and the rest are allocated to the houses in the street. My neighbour is constantly abusing my space. I rerturn home and often find her with her possessions (from gardening, house clearance, charity shop runs, decorating in her house etc) stacked up in my space. I often have to sit and wait while she moves it all so I can park in my designated space. This has been going on for several months, and is compounded by the fact that I come home and find her visitors parking in my space (as it is conveniently opposite her house & next to her car). Today they only got out to move the car when I went to leave my car blocking them in. We have no parking enforcement, management company etc, as all the houses are privately owned (as ar the parking Spaces). I'm just wondering what legal rights do I have to stop her using my space? Can I actually "threaten" her with anything from a legal standpoint. Apparently the fact I have a number on my parking Space isn't enough to deter her from using it as she feels like it! The irony is the space on the OTHER side of her car is a visitors space and NEVER used by anyone as it's on the opposite side of the carpark to the other 4 so no one realises! Yet she knows this, and just keeps using mine... Asking her nicely has failed, today I just scowled and told her to hurry up when her guest moved the car () I've given up with being polite and asking nicely - it seems like every other day when I come home I have to wait for her so I can park up. I'm actually at the point where I'm going to just start parking in the the visitors spaces, but at the end of the day, it's my land??? What legal rights do I have?
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